Competition for Norwegian electric vehicle customers is intense. Deep discounts and rising inventory are scaring the auto industry, but delighting those looking for a new electric vehicle.
Meanwhile, there is an influx of new electric car models, including the 4.17-metre-long Fiat 600e.
Fiat is part of the Stellantis group which includes car brands such as Peugeot, Citroen, Jeep, Alfa Romeo and Opel, and has now gained momentum with electric vehicles.
The Fiat 600e is technically similar to the Jeep Avenger electric car. The total battery capacity in the Fiat is 54 kWh, offering a range of just over 400 kilometers measured according to the WLTP method – exactly the same as in the Jeep. The engine produces 156 hp and 260 Nm, and can be quickly charged with a maximum of 100 kW.
The Fiat 600e comes in two equipment variants, the most affordable being called the 600e Red and delivered with red, white or black paint.
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The Fiat 600e La Prima has more equipment, and is available in four different colors that are supposed to remind us of the Italian landscape: Italian sun, Italian sea, Italian land and Italian sky.
Fiat announced earlier this summer that it would stop selling gray cars.
Price and delivery of the Fiat 600e
It is Bertel O. Steen that imports many of the Stellantis brands to Norway. They stated that the Fiat 600e is expected to arrive in Norway “during the new year”. Pricing wasn’t mentioned in the press release, but many sites speculate a starting price (including tax) of around £35,000 in England.
This corresponds to just over NOK 470,000, but does not give a correct picture since there is no full VAT on electric cars in Norway.
However, a similar Jeep Avenger costs from NOK 349,900 in Norway and can be assumed to be closer to the price of the Fiat 600e – when it appears in Norway.
This article was first published in Finansavisen engine.
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